In early 2015, businessman Bruce Levenson and Atlanta Hawks Basketball & Entertainment (AHBE) completed the sale of the Atlanta Hawks to Tony Ressler’s group. The sale was unanimously approved by all parties involved, but there is still a final battle taking place between the former owners and their insurance company, AIG. After the sale took place, AHBE and Levenson decided to buyout General Manager Danny Ferry’s contract, and as part of their current insurance plan, AIG was supposed to allow for a claim to be filed in such an event as this. But thus far AIG will not accept the claim filed or allow for payouts, so Levenson and AHBE are taking them to court to seek damages.
Bruce Levenson bought the majority of the Atlanta Hawks’ shares in 2004, and owned the NHL’s Atlanta Thrashers along with them for a few years (http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/11493472/jason-whitlock-bruce-levenson-atlanta-hawks). Before that, Levenson co-founded and was the CEO of Unified Communications Group (UCG), a multi-industry news publication outlet. He had gotten his degree in journalism some years earlier before deciding to launch his own publication company, and had contributed to the now defunct Washington Star. UCG became the owner of many newsletters, and also was the parent to TechTarget, a technology research firm, and gas price app GasBuddy.
Bruce Levenson’s passion for basketball even led him to become involved with Hoop Dreams Foundation, an inner city youth tournament whose proceeds were sent to help with higher education scholarship funds. Levenson also supports the Holocaust Memorial Museum where he started the “Bringing the Lessons Home” program, an endeavor to teach young people about the significance of the event. According to PR Newswire, Levenson also supports Jewish activist groups including Birthright Israel, SEED Foundation, and BBYO. He also once wrote a letter to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asking him to discuss a peace agreement for occupied territories with Secretary of State John Kerry.
Check out his personal website: brucelevenson.com
Dry, damaged, and unmanageable hair is never a good look for anyone, I have years of photos to prove it. Although I have always had long hair, it has looked like I was preparing to be an understudy for a certain magically witch and less like the flowing beautiful locks that I wanted. So when I heard about the trend of ditching shampoo because it has a tendency to cause damage to hair I was all in and only needed to look in the mirror to prove it to be true.
I was glad to finally find the culprit behind my unmanageable and often desert parched hair after trying every mask, conditioner, and serum I could find. (Even a change in climate and environment did nothing to coax my hair into behaving for once.) Plus it was a bit comforting to find out that I wouldn’t be resigned to permanently frizzy hair or a lifetime of beanies. No-poo or co-washing as I prefer to call it, is the beauty trend that aims to make hair healthier and more manageable by doing away with often harmful shampoos that chemical strip your hair of moisture. So following the trend I researched what would be the best cleansing conditioner to use. There were plenty of options available but I had criteria already in mind, having frizzy hair doesn’t mean I have low standards.
It had to all-natural, well-tested, and of course, it had to work. It wasn’t long before I found WEN by Chaz cleansing conditioner. After doing my homework a bit, I found that unlike some of the other options I was considering, WEN by Chaz had been created and tested by a stylist to celebrities. Chaz Dean the inventor of the life-saving conditioner, was the driving force behind much of the Hollywood starlets I had envied because of their beautiful hair. After one week with the product, I was sold and never turning back. My hair has never been softer or shinier than this in my life.
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Securus Technologies began their career with the intention of helping inmates. This began with easier ways to make calls. From there, Securus helped inmates get access to video calls and even bank cards. Securus Technologies had no idea they were being prowled on by Global Tel Link, which is a similar company that uses their products in different ways.
Securus Technologies was actually happy that another company was fighting for inmate communication. This all changed when Global Tel Link began spreading false rumors that Securus uses their business to do nothing more than make a profit. Securus is not challenging Global Tel Link to a product fight. This fight will be judged by some of the best minds in the area of inmate communication.
Securus Technologies and Global Tel Link will both show off all their products and how each company differs in their costs. Securus Technologies has recently released records indicating that they have lost money in the process of advancing products for inmate use. However, they do not care about this. They only care about changing the life of on inmate at a time, and they do this using the best technology on the market today.
This product fight is prepared to start very soon. Securus, when they win, does not want Global Tel Link to do business in any jail that contains Securus products. It’s not that Securus Technologies is afraid, but Securus feels Global Tel Link put them through much harassment. Securus was actually considering filing a formal complaint against them. However, Securus representatives want to spend their time helping inmates connect with their families in various ways. Inmates all over the U.S. are grateful for Securus Technologies.